All News Articles for 2012-11-27

Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Corporation Uses NAFTA to Sue Canada for $250 Million Over Fracking Ban
Delaware company uses trade agreement to have profit trump environmental interests
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CDC: Abortion Rates Fall to Lowest Rates in 10 Years
GOP continues assault on women's rights
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[title] Seeing is Believing: Glacial Photography in ‘Chasing Ice’ Proves Climate Change is Real
Director Jeff Orlowski talks to “Viewpoint” host Eliot Spitzer about his experiences filming melting Arctic ice and glacial retreat for “Chasing Ice,” a documentary that focuses on the work of environmental photographer James Balog. “We have to pay for fossil fuels properly,” says Orlowski, when asked about the single best way to mitigate climate change. “There are a lot of externalities when we buy gas at the pump. We’re not paying for the environmental destruction.”
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Audit: Kabul Bank's Crony Capitalism a 'Ponzi Scheme'
'The United States brought crony capitalism, not free markets, to Afghanistan'
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Thousands Cram into Tahrir Square Calling for Morsi to Step Down
Another protester killed in week of protests
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COP18: Permafrost Melts While Government Negotiations Stall
Rich nations do nothing while permafrost melt increases emissions by 39%
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France to Back Palestinian Bid to Raise UN Status
French Foreign Minister: 'We've known for years France's constant position is to recognize the Palestinian state'
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Mold, Other Health Hazards Plague Sandy Victims One Month Later
'How much can a body take?'
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Private Prison Company Used in Drug Raids at Public High School
Corrections Corporation of America used in drug sweeps of public school students in Arizona
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[title] Debunking the 'Fiscal Cliff'
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Children Face the Fallout of Gaza War
GAZA CITY - As Israel and Hamas separately celebrate the ceasefire and their “victory” over the other following Israel’s blistering eight-day military assault on the Gaza strip, civilians continue to pay the price.
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'Painful, but Necessary': Arafat's Remains Exhumed
Samples taken from late Palestinian leader's body, then returned quietly to resting place
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